Prolific Danish production house Nimbus Film is pushingahead with a slate of new projects including two features from Kragh-Jacobsen (Mifune) which may shoot back to back.
First up should be romantic comedy The Sandwich Thief, dueto shoot in September. Once that is wrapped, Kragh-Jacobsenwill move straight ahead with political thriller, Another Time.
Meanwhile, Kragh-Jacobsen's Dogme colleague Thomas Vinterberg,who co-founded Nimbus in 1993, is preparing to shoot his new low-budget featureA Man Comes Home in the early summer.Morten Kaufman will produce a project Vinterberg has described as 'a tragic love story.' Thecompany is also developing a new drama from PernilleFischer Christensen, director of Berlinalecompetition entry (ASoap.)
The project, again scripted by Kim FupzAtkeson, should shoot later this year. 'It's apassionate and strong story on the subject matter of adaptation,' said producerLars Bredo Rahbek.
'Pernille is definitely the talent to watch. She is skilledbeyond belief.' Trust is likely to sell all the new films. 'That's how itlooks. We have a close relationship with Zentropa,Trust's parent company. There is no economic affiliation, but we're greatfriends,' commented Rahbek.